ANZ Yellow Ball League


ANZ Yellow Ball Leagues are an opportunity for players to represent their club as part of a team in a 10 week season. Run twice per year Junior Tennis Leagues take place on Sunday mornings in Autumn and Spring seasons.  Players can make themselves available for the whole competition or join as a reserve.

To join a team complete the registration form and return to your club coach or pennant coordinator by Friday 14 February, 2020, or place your name on the relevant sign-up sheet in your clubhouse.

Once clubs have finalised their teams, the entries are sent to Tennis ACT.  Approximately one week before the competition starts, your junior coordinator will contact you to provide you with the details of where you will be playing the first week.

Players will need to ensure that they are members of an affiliated Tennis ACT club to participate in the league.

If you have any questions contact Tennis ACT Junior Competitions Coordinator, Joel Gordon on [email protected] or (02) 6160 7800.


Dates:     15 March – 21 June
Entries Close:  14 February
No Play Dates: 12, 19, 26 April & 7 June


Dates:    6 September – 6 December
Entries Close:  7 August
No Play Dates: 27 September, 4 & 11 October, 8 November

Times: 2 timeslots (Sunday 8:30am & Sunday 11am)
Time slots may vary each week, and will be published on draws.
Weekly competition is approx 2hours.

Teams & Format: 3 player teams. Each player shall play 1 set of singles and 2 sets of doubles.

Age: Maximum age of 18 as at the final day of advertised competition.

Balls: Yellow (full compression) balls are used for all divisions.

Structure: ANZ Junior Leagues runs on a home and away structure.

All Players must be financial members of a Tennis ACT affiliated club


To view draws and enter results online please visit

Click here to view PDF version of current season draws

Instructions for online Results Entry and Match Centre System information


ANZ Yellow Ball League – Player Information
ANZ Yellow Ball League – Team Supervisor Responsibilities